Functions of attorney general, Business Law and Ethics

Functions of Attorney general

  • Whereas under sec 26(2) the Attorney General is the principal legal adviser for government of US
  • And whereas he occupies a ministerial post in the cabinet
  • And whereas must act independently in the discharge of his duties
  • And whereas drafts all government bills
  • And whereas he is an ex-officio member of the National Assembly
  • And whereas represents the state in all cases
  • And whereas he is a public prosecutor
  • And whereas most senior lawyer as head of the bar
  • And whereas services legal needs of other government departments
  • And whereas member of the judicial service commission
  • And whereas member of the Advisory Committee on prerogative of mercy

 

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